If you were visiting the fighter aircraft hangars of the past, you would see something quite different than you would today. Technicians and maintenance crews would be making copious notes on paper about surface damage and other maintenance aspects of active aircraft. Repair was, no doubt, a long, tedious and drawn-out process.

Today, you would see a different picture. Thanks to the advent of mobile devices, new trends like wearables and augmented reality are playing a larger role in aerospace manufacturing and maintenance. Fighter jet maintenance crews currently employ augmented reality (AR) software to view – and to interact with – 3D models of the equipment they are working on.

In this profile, Barry Po, Director of Product Management, shares how NGRAIN is making it all possible. Read the full article.